Cats' Protection Profile - Casino List And Company Information
Apr 17, 2021
In this article you'll find information about Cats' Protection. The data should be 100% accurate as we're updating our database daily to be maintained in line with the company as of today.
Cats' Protection is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, it has 1 domains / websites registered and 0 premises publicly listed.
All UKGC Casinos & Websites By Cats' Protection
We've compiled a list of every domain / website ran by Cats' Protection. Some domains may not be active casinos but are still registered as assets.
The domain cats.org.uk is currently an "Active" casino registered by Cats' Protection.
Some screenshots might not be 100% accurate as they're captured automatically.
These websites are all licensed with the UK Gambling Commission. This means they're not fake or scam casinos. Remember to read the terms and conditions before taking out any bonuses or welcome offers as that's one way you could trip over the terms of conditions and encounter problems.
Cats' Protection Licenses
Cats' Protection currently contains the following gambling licenses authorized by the UK Gambling Commission.
|License Number||Type||Activity||Start Date||End Date||Status|
|004905-N-300168-013||Non-Remote||Society Lottery||10 December 2008||Active|
|004905-R-300167-014||Remote||Society Lottery||10 December 2008||Active|
Cats' Protection Address Details & Contact Information
The complete list of registered premises and headquarters for Cats' Protection can be found below. This list could be useful if you're struggling to contact the company and need somewhere to phsyically write to or visit.
Some casino companies can have really bad support, in which case you might be interested in writing to the head office address if listed below.
|Premises Activity||Local Authority||Address Line 1||Address Line 2||City||Postcode|
|There are no physical premises for this company currently available to show.|
Cats' Protection might have further support across its websites if we have mentioned any above. The UK requires companies to provide a phone number by law.
If you're struggling for help do check one of the domains for a live chat, contact email or support number and try contacting the customer service that way before writing to a physical address.